nbClipboard is a clipboard extender that adds queue and stack support to the Windows clipboard. It can also perform simple text transformation to the data (convert to lower/upper case and search/replace).
It is written in C# for version 3.0 of the .NET framework. This is preinstalled on Windows Vista and available as an additional download for Windows XP.
Link: nbClipboard clipboard extender
Atomic is a game where you have to take over the board with your atoms. It is a MIDP 1.0 MIDlet which will run on most modern mobile phones. You can play against a configurable number of computer players and change their skill level.
This game is written in MIDP Java using the core MIDP 1.0 APIs.
Link: Atomic MIDlet game
PhotoStamper is a very simple command line utility that takes a JPEG photo and then adds a date/time stamp to the photo.
It is an extremely simple tool and so is only of limited use. It is written in Java 1.5 for fun rather than being for serious use. Includes the Java source code.
This tool was created for a final year University computing project. It can produce a UML class diagram for simple Java projects from the source code and class files.
It is written in J2SE 1.2.
Link: Java reverse engineering tool
Extrusion of plastic - An investigation into the workings of a company who produce extruded plastic floor skirtings.
Compression of cast iron - Exploring the properties of cast iron when it is put under compression. This report looks into whether the cast iron shears at an angle of 45° and also whether it shears at the textbook pressure.
Java reverse engineering project - it examines Java source code and produces a representation of the Java source code as a UML class diagram.
Computing revision notes - covering databases, concurrency, OSs and a variety of other subjects. The offer solutions to common problems that you may be given in a Java teaching course.
Visual Basic project
Java source code - we have a large-ish selection of simple Java source code for you to look at and download.
public class Hello
London Photo Project
The tube walking project was a personal challenge that I completed in May 2008 after walking 378.5 miles over 54 walking days spread through a period of six months.
I walked between all the station on all the lines of the London Underground. Each step of the journey is documented in this blog. Over 3000 photos were taken and are available for viewing as are the GPS walking maps for all routes.
Link: London Underground Tube Walking project
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